Clear & Hear
Ear Care at Home

Professional ear care, right in your own home

Meet Jenny, Your Ear Care Specialist

Jenny is a registered adult nurse with a degree in adult nursing and 16 years of experience in the care sector. She has worked in the emergency department in York and as a practice nurse in a local GP practice. Jenny has completed specialist training in ear health for both irrigation and microsuction, enabling her to safely remove even the most stubborn ear wax.

Why Choose Clear & Hear Ryedale?

Clear & Hear offers a professional and personalized service, delivering the best possible ear care to you, right in your own home. We use the latest techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to deliver exceptional results.

Clear & Hear is not a franchise. Jenny started the business in response to the NHS withdrawing funding for ear care services in GP practices.

Schedule an Appointment
with Clear & Hear

If you’re experiencing any symptoms related to earwax buildup or other ear-related issues, don’t hesitate to reach out to Jenny at Clear & Hear Ryedale. Serving Ryedale and surrounding areas in North Yorkshire, we provide professional, compassionate care to help you maintain good ear health. To schedule an appointment or learn more about our services, please contact us today.

Clear & Hear
Ear Care Treatments

All brought to your home!

Warm water flushes out excess wax gently.


Microsuction is less invasive and can help if irrigation fails.

Ear Wax Removal

Learn about the procedures and how you can prepare.

Object Removal

Jenny’s specialist NHS training makes her the best.

07999 325 656​

Professional Ear Care at Your Home

Safety and Hygiene Practices
Protection & Cleanliness

Jenny wears medical grade PPE and ensures all instruments are sterilized before and after each use. We also use single-use items where appropriate.

Sterile Environment & Waste Disposal

We follow strict techniques to maintain a sterile environment during procedures and dispose of medical waste according to local guidelines.

Hand Hygiene

Clear & Hear adheres to the highest standards of safety and hygiene in all our ear care service. Our nurse practices thorough hand hygiene before and after each appointment.

After Treatment Care

After each appointment Jenny provides you with clear instructions on how to maintain ear hygiene and care for your ears after treatment.


Consultation fee - £30 ( waived if treatment is required )
Irrigation - £30 per ear
Microsuction - £40 per ear

Discount for group bookings (Residential / care homes)

Our Reviews

"I come highly recommended by all of my customers and guarantee I will remove the wax safely, even if this means a few visits, all at one price!

Not everyone will benefit from irrigation and if I think it won't help you, I will tell you!"

omg! I can hear again ! 👂

Had some big chunks of wax blocking both ears and wow.

Not been able to hear like this for a long time.

Big thankyou ! 😁

Recommended 100%

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Jordan Skinner

Amazing service. Jenny is so lovely and so nice to have it done in your own home. I will be highly reccomending Jenny.

It’s a 10 star from me. One happy Customer.
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Verity Nicholls
Fantastic and professional service in my home! Jenny explained the whole procedure and couldn't be happier with the outcome! Would recommend!
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Abigail Greetham

I can highly recommend this wonderful service

I had a blocked ear on Monday and nothing I tried was helping. I have a very important gig on this Saturday, so was desperate to hear so I could rehearse and be ready for the "Relay for Life" gig.

This amazing lady went out of her way to fit me in yesterday, she turned up at my house with all her kit and less than 10 minutes later I could hear again.

Excellent service. Very professional and friendly.
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Kev Jones
highly recommend ! 👌 very clean professional service. excellent customer skills fast appointment offered for my area. lovely girls friendly and thorough. thank you ! 😊 xx
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Kev Jones

Clear & Hear Service Areas

Jenny can come to all the following areas, including anywhere inside the area marked on the Google Map below


Nunnington, York


07999 325 656


Frequently Asked Questions

Wax is a perfectly normal production and does in fact have a use. Wax is formed as a result of a process called epithelial migration (EM). EM is the process of the ear drum shedding its skin and the dead skin making its way down the ear canal. Over approximately 12 months the dead skin moves along the ear canal where it eventually mixes with oil and sweat present on the skin, and dust from the environment, before turning into wax.

Most of the time this wax will continue it’s journey out of the ear canal completely unnoticed. Unfortunately, for some people the wax can’t quite make it out and can build up, eventually blocking the ear canal.

A number of factors can effect this:

  • Dry skin
  • Oily complexion
  • Excessive sweating
  • High fat diet
  • The use of hearing aids
  • Wearing ear buds or ear phones
  • A dusty occupation
  • The use of ear buds or other cleaning devices
  • Genetics
  • Excess hairs in the ear canal

It is very tempting to use things such as cotton buds, however research has shown that this can irritate the ear canal, which in turn makes the ear produce more wax.

In addition, recent studies have shown that ear products containing ingredients such as bicarbonate of soda, have also found that this can further dry the skin in the ear canal and again produce more wax.

Wax is made to help protect the ear canal from invading pathogens or foreign objects and for that reason we should try leave it alone to do its job. However, if a wax build up is causing issues, having it removed professionally is the safest option.

Our ear drums are very delicate and we should be extremely careful what we put in our ears! Looking after our ears should be a top priority. The regular use of olive oil helps moisturise the ears and also soften wax for easy extraction. I advise all clients to use olive oil drops once weekly.

The product I recommend the most is Earol, which is just olive oil, but in a spray form that’s fits nicely into the entrance of the ear canal. Because it’s a spray it goes right to where it needs to be with no need to lay down afterwards.

If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment please get in touch.

Yes! All I ask is that they must be accompanied by their legal guardian, and be able to sit still for at least 20 minutes.

  • The entirety of Ryedale
  • Easingwold
  • York and surrounding villages
  • Stamford bridge
  • Harrogate
  • Thirsk & beyond
  • Northallerton
  • Middlesbrough
  • Redcar
  • Stokesley
  • Guisborough
  • Great Ayton
  • Loftus
  • Whitby
  • Scarborough
  • And all the areas in between!!

There is a common misconception around the need to soften ear wax before microsuction. I have even seen some franchises advertise ‘no oil required’!!

However the latest research has proven that to enable safe and comfortable extraction, whether with irrigation or microsuction, olive oil should be used for at least 3 days prior, and preferably 5 days. I recommend Earol, which is olive oil in a spray form. It fits nicely into the entrance of the ear canal, and because it’s a spray it gets right to where it needs to be, with no need to lay down after use.




When earwax is old, dry and hard, the chances of causing irritation to the ear canal are much increased and this can lead to infections of the skin. It can also make the procedure more uncomfortable and much longer than it needs to be!

If you think you need assistance with ear wax removal, it would be a good idea to start preparing, even before you make your appointment. You can then make sure that the wax is soft and ready for pain free extraction 🙂

No, I started my business in response to the NHS withdrawing funding to GPs for the service, resulting in many GP practices no longer offering an important ear health service.

I had also been planning for several years to offer a service for people suffering earwax issues who are unable to leave their homes.